& her family in Indiana. My son's father signed over educational guardianship to the girlfriend's grandma, as it was her property they had moved to. The same school initially told my son the school was his district based on his address. A week later they received records from the... Read more »
Your son's death was a terrible tragedy. That said, there is something wrong with the facts. "There are no buses to your home" CANNOT be reconciled with a bus stop a few houses down. Either way, his custodian (the girlfriend's grandma) is NOT responsible for his death....Read more »
Honestly fear chemical dosing of malicious intent to disable or kill while inheritance money rapidly dissipated and displaced - obvious tampering of bank transactions evident - 150k gone in my state of undiagnosed impairment - time sick and decommissioned paralleled inheritance distribution all the... Read more »
You want to take care that you are not perceived as a paranoid, conspiracy theorist. That said, simply share any concerns that you may have with your general practitioner who can certainly test the presence of most harmful substances, depending upon the symptoms that you experience.
No President has the authority to pass any laws. That is the exclusive province of Congress. I cannot speak to Federal Law, but Indiana State Law (IC 35-46-3-12.5) protects against Domestic violence animal cruelty
Sec. 12.5. A person who knowingly or intentionally kills a vertebrate...Read more »
She has placed me in a Nursing Home and I have no say in anything. She does not respect my rights, she just treats me as if I don't exist! Her attorney appointed an attorney ad-lit-um for me who I have not heard from for over a year!
Conversion is just a fancy word for steal. If you suspect that your guardian-ad-litem has stolen your property, simply request an accounting. The guardian's failure to account for ANY part of your property would constitute a breach of his/her fiduciary duty to you and subject the guardian to...Read more »
It is always a good idea to seek legal counsel immediately after an injury or accident to see what your legal rights and options are. It does not have to wait until litigation is initiated. Most consultations are free so it does not hurt to talk to an an attorney experienced in personal injury. The...Read more »
She left a letter behind stating she was going to leave her husband. She filled out her will and everything was to go to my sister and I, not her husband. Mom owned the property that he is now claiming. She was cremated and I just want to know if I can take her ashes legally. I cannot leave her in... Read more »
An unwitnessed or "holographic" Will is NOT valid in Indiana, so your mother died, intestate. Under Indiana Code § 29-1-2-1, where a person who dies intestate and is survived by both children and a spouse, 1/2 of the estate passes to the spouse and 1/2 passes to the children, who take,...Read more »
Drove him from Evansville, In to Henderson, KY, to seek help from her boyfriend, my son Overdosed on the backseat, they also gave false information to police, telling them they did not know who my son was, my son was John Doesn't for almost 3 days, because he had no identification and they... Read more »
Proving that he was overdosed involuntarily will be difficult. Potential criminal charges might be pressed against the assailants however, again. Depending on what the autopsy report says a wrongful death claim could be charged against the driver's car insurance.
I know someone who has a dog and she let her roommates shoot him just because they found him annoying. They shot him in the face with a shot gun. He has never bit anyone or hurt a fly. I want justice for this dog what can I do.
Report these people to the local police ASAP. YOU cannot do anything but report it to the police. The POLICE can and should charge the shooter AND the owner with Animal Cruelty under § 35-46-3-12. The penalty is up to one year in jail UNLESS the animal dies, then it is a FELONY with up to three...Read more »
His mother is terrorizing me doing horrible, unthinkable, unethical and dishonest things (got my daughter's SSI $ with non-legal, non-valid Guardianship form ($518 per mo). I just got "Co-Guardianship"--she reduced my parenting time by over 75% by manipulating interpretation of... Read more »
No, you can only sue the killer. However, chances are neither she nor her son have money, so you'd spend a lot of time for no result. Not to mention spending money. Do what you are doing to change the custody agreement.
My lease agreement states that I can have 1 pet. The dog has shown aggression towards children and small animals, as well as bitten a child, which is not legally reported. The owner says that she is not responsible for anything because she told me that her dog has aggression issues. The landlord... Read more »
He worked as an mechanic for a motorcycle shop and took it on a test drive. The women failed to stop and turned in front of him. He had no time to stop. She was giving a citation for failure to yield. Is there anything that we can do?
Be sure to consult a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. There are statutes of limitations for such cases. Also, given her age, you don't want to risk her passing away, bringing her estate into the mix.
In May of this year my live in boyfriend of eleven years was killed by a failure to yield driver The police called me from the hospital to get there because I am on all his records as emergency contact. When I arrived at his floor the attendant and a Chaplin pulled me aside and told me to call... Read more »
If you were on the contact forms they didn't violate HIPAA. Problem is that marriage didn't happen. For your peace of mind double check with a member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consultations. However do understand even the rights of children are circumscribed.
Do I have any rights to the money. My mom made my dad sign over his rights to me and then left the town we were living in and had me adopted by my half sisters dad. My sister (different then the one whose dad adpoted me.)has control of the money and blows it.
On police report it said no insurance card found. The driver only had minor injuries, my son's dad was killed on impact. Very severe . My son has to live without his father now. I think he should have to pay.
Your son has a claim. If he is over 18 he gets the lawyer. If under 18 you should contact a member of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Assn for the area where it happened--they give free consultations. There may be a claim for uninsured motorist benefits, there may be other claims.
have a case? We have doubts of the actions but it's going on 3 years. Our family had attempted to speak to the detectives involved but they were determined their findings were correct. The husband was told by the counselor they were both seeing to remove his father from the home. He refused... Read more »
Talk to a local injury lawyer asap because there are deadlines for making legal claims.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...Read more »
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